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5 Firefly on Synology DS-207+ (using tar too, very similar to 4)
In rjcris posting in 5, there are a few typos, might be helpful to point out!
– in step 13, I did not have to remove the mt-daapd files, these we untarred into the correct location
– in step 17, the script is called firefly, not S99â€¦ so the copy command is
cp /opt/local/mt-daapd/mt-daapd/etc/firefly /usr/syno/etc/rc.d/S99firerfly.sh
.. and purists might also call the final file S99firefly.sh (without r …)
BIG big thanks for compiling this overview, plus the additional hints – I found this extremely useful!
Update for all new users to the 207+:
I am running on firmware 0637, and all the files in posting #5 (rjcris) worked perfect for me.
Still, I had to watch the typos as discussed – and found something different:
– in step 17, you will notice the ‘dual occurence’ of the …/mt-daapd/mt-daapd/… directory.
I was using the original *.gz files from jcrisis’ posting, and for me the firefly script was lying in /opt/local/mt-daapd/etc/S99firefly.sh,
and was named in the original way filename of S99firefly.sh
Apart from that, everything went fine, with no alterations needed from my end.